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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on language poetry, July, 1984. - Creeley, Robert
First half of a Robert Creeley lecture on the origins, history, politics, and techniques of language poetry. He looks at how language poetry evolved out of earlier styles as well as its influence on contemporary poets. Topics include the ideas of Charles Bernstein, the work of Charles Olson, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Ezra Pound, and many others, as well as the possibilities for using words without referents...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on language poetry, July, 1984. - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a Robert Creeley lecture on the origins, history, politics, and techniques of language poetry. He looks at how language poetry evolved out of earlier styles as well as its influence on contemporary poets. Topics include the ideas of Charles Bernstein, the work of Charles Olson, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Ezra Pound, and many others, as well as the possibilities for using words without referents...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on poetry in motion. - Creeley, Robert
A lecture by Robert Creeley on poetry in motion. The lecture includes a discussion and reading of Basil Bunting, playing of jazz, and selections from Poetry in Motion by Amiri Baraka, Anne Waldman, Kenward Elsmslie, Ed Sanders, Helen Adam, Tom Waits, William S. Burroughs, and Michael McClure. Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics, June, 1997. - Creeley, Robert
Second half of Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics discussing George Herbert and reading "Signs," "Echo's arrow," "Old poems," "Mitch," "Life and death," "Inside my head," "The swan," "The rose" and "The star." (Continued from 97P004)
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics, part 1, June, 1997. - Creeley, Robert
First half of a Robert Creeley lecture on eco-poetics. Creeley discusses Edwin Arlington Robinson, Marsden Hartley, Creeley's time in the American Field Service, existentialism, Jack Kerouac and the dignity of being a writer, Hart Crane, Robert Frost and Louis Zukofsky. Creeley recounts stories from his own life and talks about the ways in which Robinson influenced him. During the course of the lecture Creeley reads his own tribute to Robinson, "Old poems," as well as part of Robinson's "The man...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on John Weiners and his poems - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing John Weiners and his poems, "A Poem for Painters," "A Poem for the Insane," and "A Poem for Trapped Things," affect vs. effect, Charles Olson, San Francisco in 1956, his works "My Mother" and "An Anniversary of Death," William S. Burroughs, and "Dogtown." (Continues on 86p017.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture at Boulder High School. - Creeley, Robert
A lecture by Robert Creeley on various topics including Tom Peters and The History of the American Field Service, aging, Robert Duncan, Simone de Beauvior, Walt Whitman, Warren Talman, the Vancouver poetry conference, Susan Howe, Charles Bernstein, and William Carlos Williams. Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist, Black Mountain School, beat movement, 20th century poetry
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing family relations, the Tibetan Book of the Dead, Ted Berrigan, Charles Olson and syntax, Cole's Island, and Ginsberg's "Laughing Gas." (First half of this lecture is currently not available.)
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. Creeley discusses dreams, the Earth Attractive, traditional forms, Charles Hartman's free verse, Robert Frost, Aristotle and tragedy, and restricted verse. (Continued from 86p013.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Academy of practicing poets class - Creeley, Robert
A class by Robert Creeley on topics including Louis Zukofsky, Charles Bernstein, Mac Low, and Ovid's constant and variant notion of public.
Keywords: New American Poetry; Black Mountain School; 20th century poetry; beat movement; objectivist
Downloads: 2,457
[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on John Weiners and his poems - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley discussing John Weiners and his poems "A Poem for Painters," "A Poem for the Insane," and "A Poem for Trapped Things," affect vs. effect, Charles Olsen, San Francisco in 1956, his works "My Mother" and "An Anniversary of Death," William S. Burroughs, and Dogtown. (Continued from 86p017.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on Jack Spicer and Robert Duncan. Creeley discusses dreams, the Earth Attractive, traditional forms, Charles Hartman's Free Verse, Robert Frost, Aristotle and tragedy, and restricted verse. (Continues on 86p014.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art in literature, music in literature, San Francisco Renaissance, modernism
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on the imagination of procedure - Part 1 - Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
First half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continues on 86p022.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, art ...
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[audio]Robert Creeley lecture on the imagination of procedure - Part 2 - Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen
Second half of a lecture by Robert Creeley on the imagination of procedure with advice on Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Robert Duncan, Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Robert Frost, and Louis Zukofsky. Also included in this lecture are readings from Pound, Whitman, and Creeley's own works. Allen Ginsberg adds to the lecture by posing a specific question to Creeley about Whitman and Charles Olson. (Continued from 86p021.) Keywords: New American Poetry, objectivist poetry, Black Mountain School, a...
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[audio]Jack Collom, Carl Rakosi, Robert Creeley reading, June, 1998. - Collom, Jack; Creeley, Robert; Rakosi, Carl
Jack Collom, Robert Creeley, and Carl Rakosi reading. Collom reads "Pawnee Pass," "Wild goose," "Dead birds," "Le specter de la rose," and others. Creeley reads "Flaubert's early prose," "The place," "Arroyo," "If I had my way," and others. Rakosi reads "The weightlifter," "The voice of the people," "The old codger's lament," "Ground breaking," "Ten meditations," and others.
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[audio]Kerouac Conference Symposium June 1982 - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Tallman, Warren
Robert Creeley, Warren Tallman, and Clark Coolidge discuss Kerouac's works, including Dr. Sax, Visions of Cody, On the road, Lonesome traveler, and Old angel midnight. At the end, the panel takes questions from the audience.
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[audio]Robin Blaser, Robert Creeley, Michael Ondaatje panel, June, 1999. - Blaser, Robin; Creeley, Robert; Ondaatje, Michael
First half of a panel discussion with Robin Blaser, Robert Creeley and Michael Ondaatje. The panelists discuss their personal histories, followed by comments on community, the 1965 poetry conference, the influences of books, homelessness in language and other topics. (Continues on 99P013)
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[audio]Boulder Theater Naropa Institute reading. - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Hawkins, Bobbie Louise; Hollo, Anselm
A reading at the Boulder Theater by Clark Coolidge and Robert Creeley with introductions by Bobbie Louise Hawkins and Anselm Hollo. The readings include Coolidge's "City in Regard" and Creeley's "So There," "O Max," "Life," "Helsinki Window," "The Seasons" and "Body." (Continues on 91p071.)
Keywords: New American Poetry; beat movement; performance poetry
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[audio]Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley and Steve Lacy panel, Poetry and jazz, July, 1991. - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Ginsberg, Allen; Lacy, Steve
Second half of a panel on jazz featuring Clark Coolidge, Steve Lacy, Nathaniel Mackey and Robert Creeley. Coolidge, who worked as a jazz drummer at one time, begins by reading his piece "A note on bop." The panelists move on to a discussion of bop as a language, jazz as sound poetry, rhythm, the relationship of words and dance to music, and their own experiences with jazz. They also touch briefly on the work of Harry Partch...
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[audio]Clark Coolidge, Robert Creeley and Steve Lacy panel, Poetry and jazz, July, 1991. - Coolidge, Clark; Creeley, Robert; Lacy, Steve; Mackey, Nathaniel
First half of a panel on jazz featuring Clark Coolidge, Steve Lacy, Nathaniel Mackey, and Robert Creeley. Coolidge, who worked as a jazz drummer at one time, begins by reading his piece, "A note on bop." The panelists move on to a discussion of bop as a language, rhythm, the relationship of words to music, and their own experiences with jazz. They also touch briefly on the work of Harry Partch. (Continues on 91P066)
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